Glimpse of Death

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Her beautiful face, serene and immobile, resting on her folded arm. Her long, luscious hair, undulating gently in the evening breeze. Her eyes half-closed, and a hint of a smile on her pale lips, as if to welcome an unseen lover. 

When the body of a young woman is found in her own backyard, a week after her disappearance, evidence leads investigators to a chilling conclusion. She is not the first victim of a serial killer no one knew existed. She most definitely won’t be the last. 

FBI Special Agent Tess Winnett joins the detectives assigned to the case and searches for answers in the intriguing case that offers a plethora of forensic evidence, yet no viable leads. When another body is found, the search intensifies and details into the killer’s unusual signature emerge. He likes to stalk his victims before abducting them. He likes to show them a flash of what’s coming, a foreboding warning of their grim future. 

At first, she caught a glimpse of a man, standing in the shadows, watching her.
She thought she saw his eyes, and the sight of them chilled her to the bone. 
She saw his hands, and they were the hands of a killer.
She caught a Glimpse of Death. 

Join smart, relentless Tess Winnett and her seasoned team on a heart-stopping hunt for a serial killer, who mercilessly takes lives, preying on young, unsuspecting mothers. Resourceful, creative, and uncompromising, Tess will stop at nothing to catch the killer before he shatters another innocent life, taking readers on a memorable, white-knuckled journey in this masterful, riveting, serial killer thriller. 

The best-selling author of Dawn Girl and The Watson Girl is back with another suspenseful, riveting crime thriller. If you’re a fan of David Baldacci, Michael Connelly, and James Patterson, you will enjoy Leslie Wolfe. 

1 review for Glimpse of Death

  1. Julie Howard

    Oh wow, talk about a thrilling thriller. I just loved this book. I read the book when it first came out but I was still captivated until the very end listening to the audio book. I also spent most of the time guessing who the killer was because there was so much going on I couldn’t remember who was involved. I loved the fact that most of the investigation took place in a hospital room as the main character recovers from a gunshot wound but that doesn’t mean Tess is weak or incapable because she is definitely not. The story does jump around as the story is told by a number of characters but I think that really works as it adds to the tension and mystery, giving reasons and clues by giving you the different perspectives. Nobody writes a thriller like this author and she should be on every bodies to be read list.
    FBI Special Agent Tess Winnett is supposed to be recovering in hospital but when she learns that a body of a missing woman is found in her back garden, she fears that a serial killer is at work. With the clock ticking and another life on the line Tess must push herself and her team to find the clues the killer is leaving behind. Non of the victims seen to have a connection other than catching a glimpse of a man holding a rope days before they are taken. Then someone Tess knows, doesn’t turn up for work and Tess feels the pressure to find her before the time runs out and the clock stops ticking.
    I liked the narrator. He used some good voices to differentiate each of the characters.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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